On Friday, Mar. 6, Annie ’16 and I, the co-presidents of Girls Go Global, Marlborough’s girls’ rights and human rights club on campus, left for New York with history and social sciences instructor Catherine Atwell to serve as student delegates at the 59th Annual Conference on the Status of Women (CSW) at the United Nations.Read More
Arroniz-Jones was born and raised in Alicante, Spain, which is on the Mediterranean coast.
On Jan. 26, newly elected President Edgar Lungu appointed Inonge Wina vice president of Zambia. Mrs. Wina is the highest ranking woman in a government position in Zambian history, which is an honor for the entire Wina family—Performing Arts instructor and niece Mpambo Wina included.
Although as academically rigorous and socially diverse as larger research universities, liberal arts colleges are often overlooked in the college application process.
Every spring, Marlborough girls embark on the task of enrolling in classes for the next school year, a distant idea beyond the more present monuments of final exams and summer break.
This year, Marlborough Visual Arts students received a total of 94 awards in the regional 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition and a total of 8 awards in the national Scholastic Art & Writing Awards in categories such as photography, drawing and painting, digital arts, and writing.
On February 26, 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to impose net neutrality rules and reclassify the Internet from an “information” service to a “telecommunications service.”
In January of 2015, the Kentucky and New Mexico state legislatures introduced a bill that would allow high school students to take coding classes under the Foreign Language Department, provoking discussion across the country about what constitutes foreign language. The states of Texas and Oklahoma have already passed similar bills.
One day, Olivia Bornstein ’17 was sitting in the ARC, perusing through the Internet in search of a new turquoise bikini.